|2014 Regular Season|
Sanders replaces injured Atlanta wide receiver Julio Jones.
Sanders has been dealing with a sore hip.
Sanders ranks third in the NFL with 76 catches and fourth with 1,079 yards.
He left the game after taking a hard hit from Rams safety Rodney McLeod on the opening drive of the second half.
After going without a TD in the first five games of the season, Sanders has four in two weeks.
Sanders has now gone over 100 yards in three consecutive games. He ranks second in the league with 108.8 per game.
It seems Sanders and Peyton Manning have quickly developed a love affair with Manning already targeting him 33 times through the first three contests.
He's tied for the team lead with 18 targets in two games.
Sanders, a third-round draft pick in 2010, had 161 catches for 2,030 yards and 11 touchdowns in four seasons with the Steelers. He started 10 games for Pittsburgh last season.